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  • Monday, March 02, 2015  
    Winter might not be over yet, but who says all fun has to be had in the sun? Shake off that cabin fever and make the most of the last few weeks of winter with these boredom-busting ideas. Game Night When the temperature gets low, turn up the heat with some friendly competition. Bust out your favorite...Read More
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  • Monday, February 23, 2015  
    Here at Texas Roadhouse, we have a lot of respect for the Lone Star state. With its long history and sizeable geography, Texas is home to a lot of folks, bringing a unique mix of Old West, Native American, and European influences. And that makes for some pretty interesting road trips. If you can find...Read More
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  • Thursday, February 19, 2015  
    Here at Texas Roadhouse we believe in legendary food and legendary service. Because dining out with your family should be a fun experience, something that’s a little different than what you’d do on a normal night at home. That’s one of the reasons we put buckets of peanuts on the...Read More
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  • Thursday, February 12, 2015  
    Most people have mixed emotions about Valentine’s Day. There always seems to be some gray area about what is expected, so we're lending some advice to help those who have a Valentine and for those who don’t. 1. Ditch the dress and suit; wear your jeans and boots. That’s our...Read More
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  • Thursday, January 22, 2015  
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    One of our food experts here at Texas Roadhouse created this tasty white chili recipe with some leftover chicken. This white chili is perfect for a cold winter day! White onion- 1 large Anaheim Pepper- 3 Jalapeño Pepper- 4-8 Poblano Pepper- 3 You should have an equal volume of peppers and onions....Read More
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  • Tuesday, November 18, 2014  
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    In honor of Sweet Potato Awareness Month, we're sharing one of our favorite recipes. Seriously, you have to try these! Recipe: I used leftover sweet potatoes to make the puree. One large sweet potato yielded about 1 1/2 cups. Remove the skin and root ends and process in a food processor or blender until...Read More
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  • Monday, October 27, 2014  
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    Halloween is right around the corner. We decided to paint our pumpkins this year and add sparkles, instead of carving! This option is kid-friendly, loads of fun, and leaves you with a unique pumpkin! What you'll need: - Any size pumpkins - Paint - Brushes - Puffy paint - Spray glue - Glitter/ sparkles...Read More
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  • Monday, September 29, 2014  
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    BBQ lovers! Try this delicious recipe.  I pulled the chicken from a cold, roasted chicken.  Remember to cook everything to a safe temperature before you serve it. Ingredients 10 oz. rough chopped cold roasted chicken 1 cup BBQ sauce 1 tube large biscuits  1 cup each...Read More
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  • Thursday, September 25, 2014  
    Finally! You’ve made it home. You’re ready to kick off your shoes and crash onto your big, comfy couch. But then it hits you; you forgot about dinner. No problem. If cooking a big family dinner is off the table, but you’re still in the mood for somethin’ bold, hearty and delicious,...Read More
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  • Monday, September 15, 2014  
    Whoa! Summer sure flew by. While Labor Day has passed and kids are back in school, technically it’s not autumn yet! So, before leaves start changing, winds begin to swirl and the thermostat takes a nosedive, we suggest you get out there and enjoy those last few warm summer nights. Catch a baseball...Read More
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